Murals go up all Over Thailand for Justice of the Slaughtered Black Panther

by admin on March 23, 2018

In an animal rights case that has the nation on edge over the prosecution of Italian-Thai Development CEO who allegedly hunted a Black Panther in a wildlife sanctuary, murals have gone up across the country for justice and a statement from activists that this case will not be swept under the rug.

The accused, Premchai, has denied all allegations of killing the panther despite pictures of him going viral on social media standing with the deceased animal in the wildlife sanctuary.

An animal rights group in Thailand has started a Facebook group pairing business and home owners to donate their walls to graffiti artists/painters for the Black Panther murals, to hopefully make a statement to authorities.

To view one of the murals, watch Thai Law Forum’s interview at the Pet and Aquatic Animal Hospital

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